Another suggestion for future months is an analysis of Christ's words "My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me". These words have always troubled me, as have those He spoke when He was in the Garden of Gethsame.
I agree that this would make for an interesting theme to explore in the fathers, especially given that Christ's cry from the cross -- a theological fulfilment of the prophetic words of the psalmist in Psalm 22 -- are so often misunderstood and misinterpreted in contemporary, modern-day writings.
However, I wonder if we might consider how the subject could be modified / crafted somewhat, to allow for some wider patristic sources than just those fathers that comment on this passage in particular. Perhaps something along the lines of 'The Son's human relationship to the Father'? 'The Son's 'forsakeness''? Etc.?
We have some time to ponder refinements here in this thread, as the theme for next month (June) will be one of the four in the current poll, so this is 'research for the future'!
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